CivTech merges with Mathieu Engineering to create Southern Arizona office

Above: CivTech's Dawn Cartier and Mick Mathieu. Business News | 24 May |

CivTech, a consulting engineering firm specializing in traffic engineering, transportation planning, and traffic design, has created a new capacity to provide its services to the Southern Arizona market by merging with Mathieu Engineering Corp to form the CivTech Tucson office.

Mathieu Engineering Corp. (MEC) was founded in 2003 and for 19 years has provided traffic engineering services to a long list of clients in Tucson and in Arizona. MEC has prepared traffic engineering reports across the state of Arizona from Flagstaff to Nogales and from Yuma to Cochise counties. 

Mick Mathieu will be the Managing Director for the CivTech Tucson office.


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“Mick is an expert in traffic engineering and will allow us to bring a new level of service and capacity to the Southern Arizona marketplace,” said Dawn Cartier, PE, PTOE, President and Principal of CivTech. “We were looking for someone that fit our existing culture and would enhance our current skill sets. Mick was the perfect fit.”

CivTech was founded in 2002 by Cartier. It is focused on providing affordable, creative design while delivering excellent customer service. CivTech’s focus is the continuation of quality and cost-effective designs tailored to each specific project for each client.

With a staff of 30, including PE’s and AICP’s dedicated to transportation projects, CivTech has the capability to provide innovative and unique solutions for a wide variety of projects.

Some of CivTech’s traffic engineering projects in Arizona include the Rivulon Traffic Impact Analysis, Gilbert; the Novus Traffic Impact Analysis, Tempe; the Paradise Valley Mall Shared Parking Analysis, Phoenix; and the SR 89A Crash Analysis and Safety Evaluation, Sedona.

Transportation planning projects include the Tempe Core Small Area Transportation; the Transit Development Plan, Casa Grande; Conceptual Pedestrian Bridge Location and Design, ASU and Tempe; the I-10/Tangerine Road Traffic Interchange Traffic Report and Area Transportation Model, Marana.

CivTech traffic design projects include the Tempe Streetcar traffic signals, street lighting, signing and striping; Mockingbird Lane and Lincoln Drive traffic engineering plans, Paradise Valley; and the Candy Lane Traffic Signal and Interconnect Plans, Cottonwood.

“I am extremely honored and happy to be joining the CivTech team. The more I spoke with Dawn Cartier about the possibility of having a CivTech Tucson office, the more I knew that this was the right move,” Mathieu said.

“The list of services that can be now be provided to my Tucson clients is impressive and will now create the opportunity for more progressive traffic solutions to the local Tucson community. The goal of the Tucson office is to grow the list of clients across Tucson and Southern Arizona,” Mathieu said.

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